All Truckers Together Against Child Abuse (A.T.T.A.C.A.) has partnered with Burlington Coat Factory of Yukon Oklahoma to donate 250 new coats to the Edmond, Oklahoma Fire Department for their annual coat drive.
“Our mission is to protect America’s children,” said A.T.T.A.C.A. Founder Rodney Timms. “Providing coats for children in need during the wintertime is one simple way we can accomplish that.”
The Edmond Fire Department will distribute coats from their coat drive to children in Edmond Public Schools.
All Truckers Together Against Child Abuse (A.T.T.A.C.A.) is a 501c3 based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Founded by abuse survivor, truck driver and Oklahoma businessman, Rodney Timms, The goal of A.T.T.A.C.A is to raise awareness about the issue of child abuse in America and be pro-active in finding a preventative solution. According to statistics, five children die every day as a result of abuse in America and a report of abuse is made every 10 seconds.